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I lip anb the GToset I (Selected from the writing. of to h. á l'à\8 Sir John Gibson]. GONE. April 14th, 1599. So We fall. Mr. T. E. Ellis is 'dèad, What more is there to say? The might-have-beens will remain for ever unrealised. He had his ideals for himself, I had my ideals for him: thev were not the same. And this is the end- sudden, complete, final. He has gone iR advance—just a little while in advance-and we are as astounded as if death were something new in the world. We thought his life was beginning and, behold it is the end! We have no words for these events, because language is for common and ordinary occur- rences. At first refuse to believe it, but the fact remains, and at last we have to believe. Far back ill. my life I have been struck in this way, aaa there is no help, no consolation, and no mitigation, except the slow-paced oblivion of time. a Ah, life is fierce in high places, and the flame dies send its pulses are stilled and the world goes on as if nothing had happened and yet there are lives that will never be the same again. Death changes the currents. The Coast.

.ABERYSTWYTH.

Aberystwyth W.A.C.

Cardiganshire Compact.

TALYBONT.

PENPARKE.I

BORTH.

COCINAN.

PWLLHELI.

„.LORD RHONDDA

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